Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie pay respects to veterans

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Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, daughters of the Duke of York, have visited the Royal British Legions Industries (RBLI).

On her Instagram account, Princess Eugenie wrote, “It was such an honor to visit @rblicharity with my sister earlier this week. The charity provides vital care, welfare and employment services to veterans of the UK’s armed forces.”


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The sisters were given a tour of the Bravest Manufacturing Co. where veterans worked on the Remembrance Tommy products. They also visited the Queen Elizabeth Court residential care home where they met elderly veterans. Before they left, they laid a wreath in memory of all the veterans.

Sarah, Duchess of York and mother of the princesses, wrote on her Twitter, “Thank you for sharing your kindness and love, Princess Eugenie and Beatrice, and acknowledging the wonderful support @RBLI provides to veterans of the armed forces.”

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